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You are a new Bionioc Man, combat32;I'm back in action finally after a knee replacement then rotator surgery I have been down for couple years so the old goat just kind of sat out in my back pasture for couple years.
Glad you solved your problem!Ok I got that figured out, combination of a couple things, the two top bolt holes for the pump had the threads wallowed out and wouldn't stay tight. So I idrilled them out and installed a helicoil in each one .
I was told that the replacement is the same as an M38, that's what I put in mine and it does the job.Finally about ready to put in a new fuel sending unit(that actually works) from reading here seems like the way to go is the M38 jeep sender, looks awful short compared to my original, looking for some advice.
I get it:Basically a helicoil allows you to replace the threads in a stripped hole, drill out old threads, used supplied tap to re thread hole, screw in the helicoil, I use red loctite, and voila, you have a new threaded hole
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